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'No immediate change' to UK-Ireland border policy

Downing Street has said there will be no "immediate" changes in the operation of the common travel area between Britain and Ireland.

Northern Ireland

Roadside bomb was meant to kill police officers, says chief superintendent

A bomb left on the side of a road in Northern Ireland was designed to kill police officers, it has been claimed.

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Armed raiders attack man at home

A man was attacked and a woman and four children escaped injury in a burglary at a house.

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Justice Minister 'deeply concerned' over disappearance of David Black accused

Stormont's Justice Minister has said she is "deeply concerned" about the disappearance of a man due to stand trial in connection with the murder of a prison officer in Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland

Brexit will not be derailed by N Ireland's political chaos, says Brokenshire

Political chaos in Northern Ireland will not derail Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit timetable, Secretary of State James Brokenshire has said.

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Lack of senior A&E staff may have contributed to death of a young boy, 11, court told

A lack of senior A&E staff on night duty may have contributed towards the death of a young boy just hours after being discharged from hospital, a coroners' court has heard.

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Hourly train service between Derry and Belfast to launch later this year

An hourly train service between Derry and Belfast will be introduced later this year, the infrastructure minister said.

Northern Ireland

TV experts examine ring of church missionary who died in Auschwitz

New information about a long-lost ring that belonged to a British missionary who died in Auschwitz will be revealed on the Antiques Roadshow.

Northern Ireland

CCTV footage at 'core' of inquest into death of Real IRA man John Brady

CCTV footage will be central to an inquest into the death of a dissident republican who hanged himself in police custody, a coroner's court has heard.

Northern Ireland

Paul Givan unveils £3.7m funding to 'further enhance' Lisburn

Communities minister Paul Givan has announced a facelift for Lisburn.

Northern Ireland

Danny Boyle TV dramas set for BBC Store release

A number of previously unreleased Danny Boyle-directed television dramas are to be made available on the BBC Store.

Northern Ireland

Abortion law reform debate put aside in wake of Stormont schism

Proposals on reforming Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws will not be considered because of the collapse of power-sharing, a Stormont minister said.

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Mike Nesbitt: Angry voters could reshape politics in Northern Ireland election

An enraged electorate in Northern Ireland could deliver another Brexit moment and radically reshape the political landscape in the looming snap poll, Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt has said.

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PSNI only force in Belfast says police chief after 'punishment' attack on couple

Police in Northern Ireland have insisted that the PSNI is the only police force in West Belfast after a man and his wife were shot in their own home in a punishment-style attack.

Northern Ireland

Clamping and removals crackdown for illegal parking in Belfast bus lanes

Vehicles parked illegally in Belfast bus lanes will be clamped and removed, the Infrastructure Minister said.

Northern Ireland

British and Irish accept election likely amid Northern Ireland turmoil

The British and Irish governments have conceded a snap election is increasingly likely in Northern Ireland as Stormont's power-sharing administration heads for collapse.

Northern Ireland

Fraudster jailed for supplying fake fire-resistant glass

A fraudster who sold fake fire-resistant glass to be fitted in hospitals and primary schools across Ireland and the UK has been jailed for 12 months.

Northern Ireland

Stormont crisis will not delay Brexit process, says Theresa May

The political crisis in Belfast will not delay the process for Britain's exit from the European Union, Theresa May has said.

Northern Ireland

'No plans for any further searches' for remains of Lisa Dorrian

Police investigating the murder of County Down woman Lisa Dorrian 12 years ago have no current plans to renew searches for her body, the PSNI has said.

Northern Ireland

Theresa May: Election if no deputy first minister is found in seven days

Theresa May has said she is treating the political crisis in Northern Ireland "with the utmost seriousness".

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